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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The truth is refreshing

And I'm glad someone is saying this:

Pete, rather than accepting responsibility for willingly living a homosexual lifestyle, tried to blame his sexual choice on God.  He said to Pence, "Your quarrel is with my Creator."  No, it is not the Creator's fault, because Christ said in Matthew 19:4–5, "Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?"  Obviously, Pete chose not to obey his Creator's command and plan for the human race.  The mayor has that legal right, but it is folly for him to suggest that his lifestyle choice is moral or to suggest that it is wrong for decent people to question his wisdom or to even bring up the issue.

Pete Buttigieg desperately needs Mike Pence to be enemy #1, because if he's not, then Pete Buttigieg is just another failing Democrat mayor of a sinking city.

Growing Up Straight, a book recommended by the National Institute of Mental Health, reveals that "[s]cientific consensus holds that homosexuality is very largely conditioned by the environment and childhood and most particularly by parental influence in the home."  No gay gene, so no excuse. 
Two researchers, Bearrman and Bruckner, in the March 2002 American Journal of Sociology, concluded, "[O]ur results support the hypothesis that less gendered socialization in early childhood and preadolescence shapes subsequent same-sex romantic preferences."  The Yale-Columbia professors are saying DNA does not determine same-sex preferences.  It is life experience that shapes sexual preferences.  No one is born gay.  No one.

There is no gay gene.  Nobody is born gay.  And is it any shock that when homosexuality is encouraged in a society, while traditional families are discouraged, that there will be a rise in homosexuality?  Let me close out with this quote from the article, because like I said, the truth is refreshing:

"I'm a Christian.  I don't agree with homosexuality.  I think it's a sin, as I think all sex outside of marriage between a man and a woman is.  If you're openly living in unrepentant sin ... that's walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ."  

Do I think homosexual acts are a sin?  Yes.  Do I think cheating on your wife is a sin?  Yes.  Both are legal.  There's no judicial punishment for adultery, is there?  And yet, legal and moral are not the same.

Pete Buttigieg is in the national news because he's a gay man running for president, and the Democrat Media Complex is masturbating furiously about the possibility of being able to scream "HOMOPHOBIA!" even louder on the national stage.  But what has he done that's noteworthy?  He's the mayor of a city, right?  He's got a performance record.  What, exactly, has he done?

Not much.  He's just another Democrat, running a failing city.  Bravo.

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